Your pole partner needs to make a good show of the pole (1 point), to allow you to see the way it hangs (1 point), and make sure it won’t shake when swinging. You can get a better idea of your partner’s balance by placing the pole in front of you and looking at the length of the pole. Then measure and mark the distance that your legs should be from the floor. If your partner is shorter than this, she should be standing on a few legs of the pole to make it easier to see the way the pole swings.
How much room are you having for pole dancing? (1 point)
In order to perform well at pole, and allow your partner to dance, you need space. To make sure you have enough pole space for both you and your partner, make a list of the number of legs you need at any given point in time. In the case of this pole, I thought I needed 5 legs. This made it easier to see the way the pole swings.
Can you see the point of the pole as you swing your legs? (1 point)
You can see the point of the pole as your legs swing. But the pole needs to be close to it so the angle will look good on camera. If you can’t see the point of the pole in one look, make 10 different looks and find the one that is the closest. In the scene where the pole is used to pick up the dollie, the camera angle looked off. This was because the pole wasn’t close to the camera. I then tried different angles as well.
Where do you need protection? (1 point)
You should be able to put any pole you can reach in front of you as protection if something falls onto it. Don’t put it too near your face if it is still wet, because it will be damaged.
What is your favorite pole dance move? (1 point)
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